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  1. How an Agency Stats Guru Uses Data to Measure Talent's True Worth

    6:00 am 10/1/2015

    "We should not have to fight unfair fights," says WME's Keith Friedenberg, who arms agents to argue for higher pay and is trying to force streaming players to reveal their numbers: "I think the wall will collapse at some point."Read more

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  2. The Abbey Owner Gets 'Stonewall' Cameo

    5:30 am 10/1/2015

    "I pick up a hustler standing at a bar, so I didn't need a lot of direction," David Cooley, the owner of the West Hollywood gay bar, tells THR of his experience working on Roland Emmerich's drama.Read more

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  3. Tom Selleck's Daughter Raising Horses in New Mexico to Avoid California Drought

    5:00 am 10/1/2015

    Rising equestrian star Hannah Selleck will be competing at the Longines Masters of Los Angeles this weekend and tells THR she's started a breeding business with her father.Read more

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  4. The Dangers When Financiers Think They Can Produce Movies, Too

    5:00 am 10/1/2015

    From Ryan Kavanaugh's failed Relativity to David Ellison's 'Terminator' trouble, the shift from film financier to creative producer often is rocky. Says one veteran: "They all think movies grow on trees and they can plant the same trees the studios do."Read more

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  5. Introducing Steve Martin, Art Curator: "My Celebrity Face Might Actually Do the World Some Good"

    11:00 am 9/30/2015

    "I don't think Leonardo DiCaprio or Owen Wilson were at all influenced by me," says the actor and collector as he explains how he helped organize the Hammer Museum's show of Canadian painter Lawren Harris and weighs in on Hollywood's collecting scene.Read more

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  6. Law & Order: Divorce Court — Inside the 12-Year Battle Over Dick Wolf's Fortune

    10:00 am 9/30/2015

    Christine Wolf, ex-wife of the TV producer, is claiming she was robbed in their 2003 divorce settlement when her husband allegedly withheld details of 'Law & Order's' alleged value of $1.6 billion. Now, her long war might be ending.Read more

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  7. How NASA Kept Things Real With 'The Martian'

    9:00 am 9/30/2015

    Director Ridley Scott consulted with the space agency on everything from martian weather to space-suit designs and had a space station premiere: "We felt that this movie was very much a love letter to NASA," says screenwriter Drew Goddard.Read more

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  8. 'The Martian's' Matt Damon Talks 'Bourne' Return, Politics and PC Flubs: "Oh My God, I Look Like an Asshole"

    9:00 am 9/30/2015

    The A-list everyman, and star of Ridley Scott's stranded-in-space drama, talks with THR about acting on the red planet, his friendship with "misunderstood" Ben Affleck, thoughts on Trump, and the time Ben Carson performed surgery on him and Greg Kinnear.Read more

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  9. High Anxiety on Hollywood Mega-Movies: How 'Gambit' Lost Its Director

    8:00 am 9/30/2015

    Rupert Wyatt, his star rising after a successful 'Planet of the Apes' reboot, has fallen out of films at almost every studio (an 'Apes' sequel at Fox, 'The Equalizer' at Sony) as the pressure of working in today's Hollywood takes its toll: "Studios don't necessarily want an auteur who's going to try and reinvent the franchise."Read more

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  10. The Insane Battle Over Sam Simon’s Will — Should the Simpson’s Co-Creator’s Trust Pay $140,000 Per Year For One Dog’s Care?

    7:00 am 9/30/2015

    "He would be enraged" says friend Merrill Markoe, as the estate of Sam Simon sits at the center of a bizarre fight surrounding his beloved-yet-volatile pooch Columbo and the trust that's stopped paying for his care and hasn't kept the money flowing to the animal-rights organizations to whom Simon had dedicated his life (and fortune): "He would never cut off funds to his own f—ing dog!"Read more

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